Steve Fellows Death – Audlem Fire Station Crew Manager Steve Fellows has sadly passed away. He died on Friday, the 20th of October 2023 after battling with illness surrounded by his beloved family who will forever miss and cherish him. Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service confirmed him dead on Monday through as Facebook post that says “It is with deep sadness that we fly our flags at half mast, as mark of respect for our much-loved colleague Steve Fellows who passed away on Friday evening following a short illness.
Steve Fellows Career
In June 2003, Steve became a part of the Audlem Fire Station team, serving as an on-call firefighter. His dedication and commitment were recognized, leading to his promotion as crew manager in July 2012. Earlier this month, he was honored with the 20-year Long Service and Good Conduct medal, a testament to his unwavering service. Throughout his tenure, Steve exemplified excellence in firefighting, earning the admiration and respect of his colleagues. His passion for aiding the local community was evident in his relentless support and active involvement.
Juggling 20 years of devoted on-call service, a bustling family life, and a thriving joinery business, Steve displayed exceptional organizational skills and determination. However, his journey took an unexpected turn with the diagnosis of a brain tumor. Despite this challenging circumstance, Steve remained resilient and continued to inspire those around him.
Who was Steve Fellows?
His legacy as an exceptional firefighter and a beloved community figure continues to resonate within Audlem and beyond. Steve Fellows, a veteran firefighter whose distinguished career has spanned over two decades, was more than simply a man in uniform; he was the essence of bravery, empathy, and unwavering drive. He has been a firefighter for over two decades. His cold demeanor belies a golden heart that was sensitive to the needs of the people he helps and the community he serves.
Fellows has garnered the attention and respect of both his contemporaries and the society at large as a result of his many acts of selflessness and his fast thinking in times of need. His fearlessness in the face of hardship was one of the most distinguishing characteristics of Fellows. He was the first person to rush into a raging fire or to risk his life in perilous circumstances in the interest of saving other people’s lives.
Steve Fellows’ obituary will be released by the family
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